We are like a home providing a living room and dining room for the vulnerable in our community.
Vulnerable individuals benefit from the support of our Centre each year
Kilos of food destined for landfill become delicious lunches from our kitchen monthly
Volunteers are a part of our community each year
Through the power of a shared meal, we can bring communities closer together
The gesture of sitting down to a meal and breaking bread together is the first step toward rebuilding dignity and creating community. Massimo Bottura
The gesture of sitting down to a meal and breaking bread together is the first step toward rebuilding dignity and creating community.
Our dining service offers a delicious meal at communal tables that works to reduce isolation and enhance wellbeing.
Millions of tonnes of food get wasted by the UK each year. Meanwhile, many on a low-income go hungry. Find out how we are fighting food waste and food poverty.
Discover why and how we are continuing to support those still in need and how you can help.
Regular volunteers join Sally Abé from the Harwood Arms for a second day in the kitchen to provide lunch for our guests, plus 200 extra meals for the local Age UK's over 65s
Meet Graham, one of our fantastic volunteers who's come in to help pack and distribute the lunchbox service we're now providing here at the centre daily
We build relationships based on shared values and respect. Find our more about our sponsorship opportunities - there’s not a moment to waste